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made it a difficult reach. meteorologist rosemary will be here at 7:23 will tell us how long this hot weather is going to stick around. >>> lorraine tells us the deputy failed to return from his trip. >> after more than 8 hours of searching by the coast guards of the sonoma divers. . >> what's that in the water, he goes that's the body. jeff called 911 and at the direction -- tied a rope around the body and pulled it in the dock. >> around 6:30 this morning, his 26 foot fishing boat was on drifting and nearly slip. no one was inside. hoping for a positive outcome. >> it is tightly -- something like this can have a very deflating and we want to make sure all of our people are safe and siend. sound. robert was found wearing a lifet , at this point it looks like a tragic accident. >> it is always difficult to deal with. we are hoping it is some sort of mishalf. >> he work inside the custody division. >> investigators are trying to piece forgot what went wrong, michael survived by his wife and several children. in vallejo lorraine, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> this site happened on fr
be a mess. >>> the bay area's weekend warmup is beginning. rosemary is up in a few minutes with details on how hot it will be and for how long. >>> and good news from a transit agency. how you can keep more money in your pocket. >>> the historic building near downtown san jose was badly damaged by a fire overnight. the building was built in the 1880s and is located on south first street. ktvu's janine de la vega joins us live from the scene to explain why so many people will miss this building. good afternoon. >> reporter: good afternoon, tori. fire investigators are searching through this historic building trying to figure out what started this fire. the destruction ask heartbreaking for people to -- is heartbreaking for people to see. person after person stopped on first street to stare at a piece of san jose history. this used to be a saloon during prohibition but most recently it was a bike shop, a ma and p museum. >> it's a san jose institution. there's no other mace like it. and there -- there's no other place like it and there will probably never be a place like it. >> reporter:
by the time 10 years has lapsed. rosemary has seeded her time to me if i may continue. >> you only have two minutes. >>> thank you. the science today is stronger than it was at the time you passed this law. i will read you a quote from the directeder of the international agency for the r on cancer, christopher wild who said, on behalf of the world health organization which decided that cell phone radiation is a, "possible human carcinogen," he made this remark. "given the potential consequences of public health of this classification it is important that additional research be conducted. pending the availability of such information it is important to take pragmatic measures to reduce exposure such as hand-free device or texting. >> thank you. >>> and that advice has been echoed -- >> do you have a written of ha? >> >>> i can send this to you by e-mail. i have the article that was published today. >> okay, thank you. >>> and i have been given two minutes by another speaker. >> i'm not giving it. >>> you're not? >> no. everybody has two minutes. sorry. >>> thank you. >>> good afternoon, super
will have the numbers coming up. >>> thank you, rosemary. >>> oakland police say an 18- year-old richmond man was killed in a drive-by shooting last night at parker and macarthur boulevard just before 10:00. stray bullets also hit an ac transit bus, another vehicle and a few homes but no one else was injured. the coroner has not released the name of the victim. the investigators are offering a $10,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest. >>> police shook a man in custody after a shot spotter system traced a home and officers say they were doing target practice and shooting at cans. one bullet hit a neighbor's home. no one was hurt. it's not clear if they face charges. it happened around 7:30. an oregon man is under arrest accused of two carjackings in marin and sonoma county. police arrested him last night at the bon air shopping center in greenbrae. they say they found several hundred bullets, a loaded rifle and six 30-round mag steins -- magazines. he reportedly pointed a loaded rifle at a woman's head before the carjacking. we spoke to -- we spoke to her. >> the whole time,
crushed the park's truck. meteorologist rosemary said the wind advisory is still in effect at this hour. >> we'll continue to watch those winds blow. lightening up as we move into the late afternoon and early evening. right now the winds is anywhere from 15 to 30 miles per hour reported. 30 but still gusting to 40s. san jose reporting to 17 miles per hour an hour and gusting to 25, we wind damage of the area. just a moment ago of the west of san francisco. a 75 miles per hour gust reported at 1:57 this morning. and wind damage reported via twitter of a blown out front house window. so this wind advisory meaning gust is still 35 miles per hour. it's very widespread, i will have more of the winds and the extended forecast of a nice warm up to share with you. gastonia gas -- >>> some of the older rotting trees came crashing down. the intense gusts battling the san cruise mountains took a toll on the trees. >> suddenly it built and built and the trees split in half and came in the house, sounded like we had an air lander on the roof. >> the swing branches made it difficult for profe
. our meteorologist rosemary is here. >> we have several and today is think i think is going to be the hottest day. let's take a look at some of the numbers from today. areas like oakland and san francisco broke the record. 88 in mountain view, all those in orange records set today. and i have to say, i want you to keep in mind there are many communities where the national weather service does not keep track of the record. so i am sure there are communities out there that probably topped it had record today but we just don't have that information. 74 in napa right now. it's still a nice evening out there. for some it's still a summer night. half hour until the sun set so we are on our way into a mild evening but i am beginning to see a change in the weather pattern. take a look here. we have had this northerly westg the fog out of the area. take a look. we got the surge coming up frome south and that's bringing back the cooler weather to the area. now, santa cruz stopped in by fog. but, we are going to see that change as early as tomorrow. but, by the afternoon, that cooler o
in with rosemary orosco for what this weekend has in store. >> we are going to settle into a cooler breezier pattern. today, a subtle change. we're waking up with patchy fog, another chilly start. temperatures very similar to yesterday. for the afternoon, the minor cooling especially along the coast, i expect an afternoon sea breeze with the breeze blows in nyas, so will continue to watch that for you, and i have the numbers for you. we'll talk about sunday as well. looks to be the cooler breezier day of the two-day weekend. more on that coming up. >> and we begin with developing news. we have new video from the scene of a plane crash on the indonesian resort island of bali. a commercial jet carrying more than 100 passengers and crew went down into the sea this morning. katie is live in the newsroom with morton crash that has injured close to a dozen people. >> mike, investigators say the plane overshot the runway and crashed into the ocean from a height of around 160 feet. you can see in this video from a local tv station, metro tv, the plane is cracked in half. passengers on board the plan
through berkeley and oakland. rosemary, spring storms are here. >> yes, fairly weak ones, unfortunately. not bringing us measurable rain, but enough to have the windshield wipers. today, a lot like yesterday. mostly cloudy, a few light sprinkles falling over parts of the bay area. drizzle falling along parts of the bay area as well. by afternoon, peeks of sunshine outside our doors right now. plenty of gray. take a look at that. giving you a look at the bay bridge, into san francisco. yes, we've got low clouds, mix of high clouds and some of those clouds dropping a little bit of rain. on to the numbers this morning, because not bad. 58 degrees in oakland. 54 in napa. 53 in santa rosa. keeping in mind with all of that gray and the air mass a little moist, it's going to feel cool out there. 55 antioch. 55 in redwood city. but these temperatures to start the day, relatively mild, maybe even a little muggy for some of those really sensitive to this. storm tracker here showing you a moment ago we've got a few scattered showers over parts o
morning to you, rosemary. >> good morning. another day, another slight chance at rain. we are waking up mostly cloudy this morning, a little bit of drizzle and a sprinkle or two a possibility this morning. i think for the afternoowe are going to be mostly cloudy, we are going to be mostly dry. i do see another opportunity at maybe a few scattered showers, later tonight while we are settled into our homes. temperatures are going to soar as we get into tuesday and wednesday. i'll show you these numbers. i'll have your numbers for today and what the futurecast model lay show when we may get a little bit of rain coming up. >>> we begin this morning with breaking news from san francisco. police on the scene of an officer-involved shooting. lorraine blanco arrived at the scene and tells us two people were shot. >> reporter: that's correct, those two people transported to san francisco general hospital critical condition with life threatening injuries. it turns out the suspect who was carrying the firearm was actually carrying a replica firearm and it happened across the street from the missi
. it's saturday, april 27th, i'm mike mibach. >> and i'm claudine wong. let's check in with rosemary for a quick look at the weather. it's going to be warm. >> yes. for most it will be an enjoyable one. we have low clouds and fog back this morning. a cool start to the day, a few degrees cooler than yesterday morning, but by the afternoon we'll surpass the afternoon highs from friday and in the extended forecast we're try and will continue the forming trend. i'll have your numbers coming up. >>> morning a dozen people were detained in oakland overnight after glass bottles were thrown at sheriff deputies. it happened around 12:30 after the deputies chased a stolen car from san leandro to 106th and macarthur. the driver got out and ran near what police say was a potential side show. investigators say the spectators started throwing bottles at deputies. the deputies mistook the breaking bottles for gun shots and called for backup. close to 100 officers showed up to help and started handcuffing people. the suspected car thief got away. alex savidge will have a live report in oakland on th
am claudine wong. >> i am mike mibach. we will get over to rosemary with a peek of the forecast. >>> we are looking at another nice day. we will see an earlier clearing and we will see, this map isn't happening for me. cool start this morning an th are back. we will have ming clearing. not as widespread, it is a little patchy and dense. i will show you where. the noticeable warm up will equal five or 10 degrees above yesterday's highs. i will have the numbers coming up. >>> happening now. people are told to stay in their homes and lock the doors near rancho codero, the rural community is located 30 miles northeast oc we are live now in the newsroom. she is in contact with investigators and has the latest on the manhunt now under irway. >>> the sheriff's office says it is still an active search and remain cautious and lock their doors as they look for the killers. the 911 call came in around noon yesterday. a 12-year-old boy discovered an intruder. he ran away and the boy made a terrifying discovery, his 9-year-old sister was gravely stabbed. >> this is terrible. you know, what
, bartolo cologne gets the win in that game. >>> rosemary knows i have outdoor plans today so i put in my order early to make sure it's all about me and no rain and thanks for coming through. >> that's why many of our viewers are watching right now, because it's about me. tell me if it's going to rain on my parade today. i think you're going to be okay. mostly cloudy perhaps a little cool but mainly dry so don't cancel the outdoor plans. giving you a live look here at just -- well, plenty of cloud but a little bit of sunshine. i think we will see that little bit of sunshine throughout parts of the day today but we will be partly sunny, mostly cloudy, at least for most of it. by the second half, late in the afternoon, a lot like yesterday, we will see more sunshine. here we are making up this morning, stormtracker 2 showing us hard pressed to see any rain, may have a little bit of drizzle falling but that's about it. in the futurecast model, also having a hard time picking up on any rain. weak system moving through, over portions of northern cali
it at the bottom of the screen, this a view from our camera on mt. diablo, rosemary will be here in a few minutes watching what is coming our way as far as the weather and will tell us if we have more wet weather this weekend. >>> a disabled san jose man is in the hospital after being shot in what police say was a case of mistaken identity. the man was shot around 7:30 this morning after walking to a 7-11 store near his home between south white road and mount vista drive. police say she he was approached by three men, they asked if he belonged to a gang, he said no and then someone in the car shot him twice in the stomach. >> there has been some evidence found. there is some blood located but we are trying to still piece the evidence together and make sense of it. >> the victim's mother tells ktvu he is paranoid schizophrenic. police say it appears his wounds are not life- threatening. >>> a south bay paramedic shot tuesday while driving in the oakland hills has died, quinn boyer had been hospitalized since the attack that left him wounded. he worked for santa clara county ambulance, the same co
is coming and rosemary is up in a few minutes to tell you how warm and for how long. push [ cheers ] >>> and hundreds of bay area residents celebrate their first day as u.s. citizens. i know. i know i need to quit this. - well, how about... - that smokers' helpline? yeah, they can give me a plan. - help me through the rough spots. - so you're ready to... quit? everyone wants me to quit-- my doctor, my wife, the dog. - not good for the dog. - anyone else? hmm? what? anyone else want you to quit? me! i want me to quit. tdd# 800-933-4833 - ( rings ) - woman: smokers' helpline. oh, hi, it's me. >>> ahead on -- a head-on collision near brentwood briefly closed highway 4 during the morning commute. the crash was reported at 5:45 this morning near marsh creek road. at least one person was injured. it took about an hour for all of the lanes to be cleared. >>> there was another problem for the morning commute. the highway patrol says 20 cars got flat tires after hitting a pipe on the sunol grade right in the middle of the morning commute. the incident report was reported on southbound 68
. the forecast calls for temperatures above normal. there's chance that we could reach record levels. rosemary is here. >> yes. today, the going to peak. anywhere from, 3, 6, 9 degrees above what we saw 24 hours ago. half moon bay, the cool spot, in the low 60s. but for most of us today will be the hottest day, santa rosa already 83. 83 livermore. 84 in fairfield. 82 walnut creek. widespread mid-70s to 80 around the bay area. some areas may tie or perhaps break records. we'll be awfully close. santa rosa, san rafael, oakland, san jose, livermore, there are a few more to add to the list but i didn't have any more space. when i come back, i will have an extended look at what you can expect for today and i will share more on the cooling trend coming our way. >>> forced furloughs could mean travel delays nationwide. that's because budget cuts will result in air traffic controllers taking mandatory days off. alex savidge is live with what things look like at sfo. alex? >> reporter: good afternoon. an airport spokesperson told me they've seen a few minor delays but doesn't believe that's an impact o
picked up a scent overnight. >>> chief meteorologist and bill martin are off tonight. rosemary orozco filling in for them. >> we had sunshine for the second part of the day and pleasant weather in store in most cases. giving you a live look outside for those of those highs that remain hugging the coast. i do expect it will creep back in at the bay and bring us partly cloudy skies and patches of fog at the bay. 72 in antioch. our inland area warmed a few degrees yesterday. around the bay sort of hit or miss. some slightly cooler, some slightly waller. as we get into tonight, partly cloudy skies. tomorrow morning we will watch that burn off and we will be dry and mild for the second part of the afternoon. but don't ditch the umbrella. we have wet weather coming our way on thursday. let me show you the system here. a few high clouds over head at this time. tomorrow we will notice high clouds in the forecast and right about sunset i expect these clouds here to be thick in nature. they will move in by wednesday night. this is the system here. now di
here in santa clara, this golf course may have to come down. >>> a warmup is coming and rosemary is up in a few minutes to tell you how warm and for how long. push [ cheers ] >>> and hundreds of bay area residents celebrate their first day as u.s. citizens. i know. i know i need to quit this. - well, how about... - that smokers' helpline? yeah, they can give me a plan. - help me through the rough spots. - so you're ready to... quit? everyone wants me to quit-- my doctor, my wife the dog. - not good for the dog. - anyone else? hmm? what? anyone else want you to quit? me! i want me to quit. tdd# 800-933-4833 - ( rings ) - woman: smokers' helpline. oh, hi, it's me. >>> ahead on -- a head-on collision near brentwood briefly closed highway 4 during the morning commute. the crash was reported at 5:45 this morning near marsh creek road. at least one person was injured. it took about an hour for all of the lanes to be cleared. >>> there was another problem for the morning commute. the highway patrol says 20 cars got flat tires after hitting a pipe on the s
, this a view from our camera on mt. diablo, rosemary will be here in a few minutes watching what is coming our way as far as the weather and will tell us if we have more wet weather this weekend. >>> a disabled san jose man is in the hospital after being shot in what police say was a case of mistaken identity. the man was shot around 7:30 this morning after walking to a 7-11 store near his home between south white road and mount vista drive. police say she he was approached by three men, they asked if he belonged to a gang, he said no and then someone in the car shot him twice in the stomach. >> there has been some evidence found. there is some blood located but we are trying to still piece the evidence together and make sense of it. >> the victim's mother tells ktvu he is paranoid schizophrenic. police say it appears his wounds are not life- threatening. >>> a south bay paramedic shot tuesday while driving in the oakland hills has died, quinn boyer had been hospitalized since the attack that left him wounded. he worked for santa clara county ambulance
in with rosemary for a click look at the weather forecast. >> you can see green on the screen, especially over parts of the north bay. a few sprinkles along highway 101, between santa rosa, novato, now getting ready to move into sonoma. perhaps a few sprinkles outside the door in the next few moments. a little drizzle falling over parts of the bay area that isn't being detected on storm tracker 2. that's what we're seeing this morning. i do think we'll be mostly cloudy for most of the day. maybe a passing shower, but mainly dry. i'll break it down for you and bring you temperatures, coming up. >>> we're tracking overnight news in san francisco, where two tourists were stabbed outside of a hotel. it happened around 11:00 last night in the parking lot of a best western on 7th street. ktvu's lorainne blanco is there with more. >> reporter: police tell us there was an argument between two tourists in a loading area at the amerihan hotel. the suspect took off in the car. the fight happened last night on the 100 block of 7th. one of the hotel guests was stabbed three times by a folding knife. the ot
we have time for one more. >> my name is rosemary. i is a health related question. withre doing great work the refugees while they are out of the country and coming in trying to to prevent -- trying to prevent infectious diseases plaguing those countries, but articles i have read are showing some of those democrats are starting to be affected by some of the public health problems affecting americans, such as obesity. i was interested in finding out, is the cdc or any other programs working on health promotion projects that continue to work with those refugees when they come in because, for cultural reasons, they be some of the men do not go to the clinic to get health screening stunned and some of those people are found out to have diseases and later stages and health education in general? i'm interested in finding out if there initiatives working on that. >> that is a great question. we have, in the last five years, built up the domestic side of our refugee program, and in the last year, have funded grants to 10 states that have large receiving populations and are working closely wit
for a variety of uses. did you know rosemary was a symbol of fidelity for the ancient greeks? and during world war ii, branches of rosemary were actually burned to keep germs from wounded soldiers. today, herbs still have a variety of uses and here in california, most of them get their start here. located in the coastal community of pescadero is jacobs farm. founded in 1980 by larry jacobs, the farm, along with the industry of growing fresh herbs, has seen tremendous growth in recent years. >> we started with one row of tarragon for a company in a san francisco market, greenleaf produce. >> and the market has just gone through the roof. >> jacobs farm has grown to become the largest organic herb grower in the country and has a complete line of herbs from the most popular--rosemary, thyme, and sage, to the most unusual. ever heard of cinnamon basil, pineapple sage, or lemon balm? >> crunch up the leaves, you want to break the tissue to get some of the oils moving. >> oh, ok. >> and then you can smell it or taste it, whatever... >> ok, this is peppermint. >> got it. >> yes. >> but not all herb f
warm day shaping up here in the bay area. so let's go straight to rose rosemary. >> it will be warming, maybe 15 degrees above the seasonal norm as we get into the afternoon. this morning we are mostly clear. ha few patches of fog along the coast. that's about it. cool conditions out there. widespread 40s to mid 50s outside right now. but, i do expect anywhere from 3 to 6 degrees of warming for yesterday's highs and in the extended forecast come the hottest days. i'll show you that forecast. i'll show you the numbers for today coming up. >>> and we begin with an overnight shooting at a south bay bar. it happened around 2:00 this morning in the parking lot of the fiesta nightclub on monterey highway. officers are investigating the possibility an argument inside the establishment spilled outside as the club was closing. the gunman drove up and fired several rounds into the victim's car. there were five people in that vehicle. police say it's amazing nobody was hit. the victims were able to drive a short distance away and call for help. there are no suspects or ar
tonight. rosemary orozco filling in for them. >> we had sunshine for the second part of the day and pleasant weather in store in most cases. giving you a live look outside for those of those highs that remain hugging the coast. i do expect it will creep back in at the bay and bring us partly cloudy skies and patches of fog at the bay. 72 in antioch. our inland area warmed a few degrees yesterday. around the bay sort of hit or miss. some slightly cooler, some slightly waller. as we get into tonight, partly cloudy skies. tomorrow morning we will watch that burn off and we will be dry and mild for the second part of the afternoon. but don't ditch the umbrella. we have wet weather coming our way on thursday. let me show you the system here. a few high clouds over head at this time. tomorrow we will notice high clouds in the forecast and right about sunset i expect these clouds here to be thick in nature. they will move in by wednesday night. this is the system here. now different than what we saw this past weekend where the center of the storm rolled right over the bay area bringing
jose. >>> marine mammal center in the bay is working to help. >>> our meteorologist rosemary will let us know when more rain is expected. >>> san francisco blending the sillyness of social common tear. passing down the federal reserve bank. the group describes the event as an edgy and live hearted -- the last time i looked outside, it was dry here in oakland and i wanted to check and see how long this dry spell is going to last, probably not very long, i guess. >> it's going to be long enough to give us some sunshine and temperatures are going to warm the next couple of days but the after effect of today's rain and the weekend, i think we have fog to continue with tomorrow. take a look at the two days total. san jose not such the luck, only 1100 reported in the area over the last couple of days. right now temperatures in the upper 50s. as i step back this is the system here that are with us, all weekend long and bringing the showers and thunderstorms with us. we actually have a nice looking afternoon and now we are settling into the evening. this is the next system that heather just m
. over night lows ranging from the 70s. >> thank you rosemary. >>> it's all part of ben and jerry's free cone day. around the world is taking partr 34th year giving away free ice cream as a way of saying thanks to their customers. >>> well, thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2 news, we'll see you at the next time news break. our coverage continues at the 10:00 news. we are always here for you, ktvu.com, tmz is up next, right here on tv 36. back in the day, we didn't have the u-verse wireless receiver. [ light laugh ] the tv stayed in one place... mmmmhmmmm. ...right next to the upstairs tv outlet. oh yeah. they can move the tv all over the place, even outside. grandpa... mmmhmm? kids have it easy nowadays. [ glasses clink ] i'm trying to tell ya. [ male announcer ] the wireless receiver. get u-verse tv for just $19 a month with qualifying bundles, and get a $150 promotion card. rethink possible. with qualifying bundles, and get a $150 promotion card. what do you think of this one? ♪ ♪ really? ♪ ♪ what's this? this is a rose i made from a turnip. let's try together. ♪ ♪ pe
to determine if other people were involved in the bombings and why the suspect is now a focus. >>> rosemary orozco is here to tell you how hot we can expecting it to get this week. >>> we are working to keep passengers safe, how will it work and how will it be enforced, we will have the details coming . >>> at least 35 people are hurt after a powerful explosion in a building in the czech republic. there are no reports of any deaths but at least three people are still missing. right now emergency crews are trying to find people who may be trapped underneath. an investigation is underway but they believe it may have been caused by a leaky gas pipe. >>> agents are working around the clock to try determine if the two boston marathon bombers acted alone. so far they have not uncovered any evidence that anybody else was involved. much of the speculation centers on tamerlan tsarnaev and dzhokhar tsarnaev's mother and whether she played a role in radicalizing her sons. >> now we must find out who these two bombers spoke with and how they became radicalized and is it a third-party in russia. >> the
. >> let's talk more about that rain. our chief meteorologist is off, rosemary orozco filling in. >> we are done with the rain for now. i see more rain in the forecast in a few days. fog will be an issue. we have a lot of moisture that will linger so tomorrow morning low clouds and fog, you can actually be prepared for that tomorrow morning. right now a look at storm tracker 2. you see the final rounds of showers over and around the mountains, east of san jose. heading closer to i-5. backing it up, showing you this is the storm pushing off to the east. we are getting the final bits of wrap around moisture. into the evening, we will continue to dry out. a lot of lingering moisture. 45/100 in concord, inches here, 59/100 in areas around napa, santa rosa inch. oakland an inch. 11/100 in san jose. mountains 75/100. that is good news. we know we could use the rain as much as we can get. we have more coming. let me show you what happens here. for the afternoon and evening hours, partly cloudy skies at the coast, that is how we will be tomorrow morning. into the morning hours it will become mo
jobs as a grocery store chain reaches the bay area. >>> rosemary orozco is updating her forecast. >>> a memorial service for a man in napa who is being credited for this. one of the first wines bottles of california. his impact on the industry. [ birds chirping ] [ inhales, exhales ] [ announcer ] cigarettes are not just dangerous when they're smoked. [ rat squeaking ] they're dangerous long after. cigarette butts are toxic. they release chemicals that poison our water... and harm wildlife. and millions... are polluting our environment. [ sniffing ] [ seagulls squawking ] >>> a search for two missing hikers lost in the santa ana mountains is now in its third night. helicopters and blood hounds were brought in today to search for 19-year-old nicholas sendila and kendel jack. on saturday jack called from her cell phone saying they had lost their way. there are growing concerns that the young hikers may have been hurt and are now hunkered down in rough terrain. >>> hundreds gathered in napa town to remember an iconic figure in the world of wine making. jim barrett helped raise the p
. >> it got hot upstairs. >> i like it. if you like it hot it's about to get hotter. rosemary watch be ing the rising temperatures. >> a beautiful weekend if you like it warm and sunny. pollen count will be high with the weather increasing and heat and we will actually be pretty toasty. let's talk about right now. outside the doors, live look. most of us enjoying mostly sunny skies, coming in to the window. the winds are generally light. gusty conditions over the hills and along the coastline. we have an advisory outside bay for the mariners. it's the system here, let me pull back just a bit. it's this system that moved through yesterday. now continuing to the east and behind it we have that northwesterly flow and the ridge beginning to rebuild. for the weekend a warming trend will be underway, eventually that ridge will bring us hot weather. watching as well. this is well off the coast of southern california. this eventually could actually bring us the cooldown. it'll take several days. for today mostly sunny. good air quality. afternoon breeze, from five to 15 miles an hour for most of
to public service was unending. >> the story about rosemary and the l.a. got me. >> yes. >> did he really not tell her about that? >> he did not tell her. >> what were the circumstances? >> joe kennedy did not tell rose kennedy, who had been the caretaker of this young woman whose mental condition was becoming more and more grave. >> the daughter. >> the daughter, rosemary, the oldest girl. she was able to be presented at court with the other older girls when joe kennedy was ambassador to the jameses in london. so she was able to have her paris gown and curtsy to the queen. but it began to be worse and worse. eunice shriver told me that she thinks that perhaps rosemary also was suffering from epilepsy because some of the marks of it seemed to be that. joe kennedy simply had it done. the lobotomy at that time was one of the operations that was supposed to be one of the great -- it wasn't a cure, of course, but it was supposed to be something that really helped a schizophrenic person to live with themselves. now, of course, it's been disused since then. but at that time it was seen as a gre
. >> and rosemary orozco will pinpoint the rain this week. mom, i invited justin over for lunch. good. no, not good. he's a vegetarian and he's going to be here in 20 minutes! don't stress. we can figure this out. [ male announcer ] get the speed to make a great first impression. call today to get u-verse high speed internet for as little as $14.95 a month for 12 months with a one-year price guarantee. this is delicious. ♪ [ male announcer ] save the day in an instant. at&t. ♪ >>> new figs show -- figures show 11% of children have been diginosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, that is 6.4 million children between 4 and 17. the centers for disease control and prevention reports 2/3 have prescriptions for drugs. critics say the numbers show children are being over diagnosed and medicated to keep them calm. >>> a law took effort today requiring doctors to notify women who are is mammograms if they have dense breast tissue. the more tissue the more dense the breast will be. it is associated with a higher risk of breast cancer. and it mandates they be informed on it could effect cance
. >> change is under way. >> yeah. >> thank you rosemary. >>> coming up at 7:00 on tv 36. neighbors on edge tonight after a shooting in the oakland hills. ktvu crews have the latest on the investigation. >> hyatt workers are protesting. what they tell us they want and when they'll be out here again. [ teen ] times are good, aren't they, kids? it's nice having u-verse, isn't it? see back in my day, we didn't have these newfangled wireless receivers. fangled? no, we watched march madness in the living room... that's where the tv outlet was. what is he talking about? and if mom was hosting her book club that day, guess what...you missed it! we couldn't just move the tv all willy-nilly all over the house. ohh! ohh! kids today have it so good. ok. [ male announcer ] the wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv starting at $19 a month for 2 years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. >>> we should be talking about baseball. but all the talk is on football. >> all about it right now. raiders and 49ers. a big raider move today that will impact the 49ers. carson palmer is the raider reno
rosemary, thyme, and sage. i can't cook without herbs. my cooking is not good without herbs, we'll say that. >> what about say store? for instance, i think trader joe's comes out with basil in a pot. >> yeah. >> and if you're ready to make pesto for the summer, at least you're starting with it in a pot and not in a container, right? you can be uber excited and grow from the seed lings. if you want to buy your own and maintain them at home, that is fine, to. it's great to keep them outside and say they need full sunlight. you harvest them whenever you're frying something up. >> okay, the other thing you want us to do is play outside. >> yeah. >> we need to get outside more. >> yeah. >> and it sounds easy, but -- >> know, you have kids going to go outside with their phones, their smartphones or ipads. >> yeah. youth today spend 7.5 hours a day on digital media. >> yikes. >> they can do that outside. i assume you're going to say if you're going to use a smartphone, use it outside than inside. >> if you're going to use smartphone, use it outside than inside, but it's better to get kids engaged
, the cooldown is starting. rosemary is here to give us the details on whether another warmup is ahead. >>> and what happened when a tiger got loose at a circus? >> >>> a solar powered plane is back in the skies. it's on a 16-hour test flight to prepare for a cross-country flight may 1st. it took off from moffett field about five hours ago. this video is from previous flights. it's set to fly over the golden gate bridge at 3:00 and later it will fry over the bay bridge -- fly over the bay bridge. it's considered to be the world's most advanced sun powered plane. it can fly all day and night without liquid fuel. the wings are covered with 12,000 solars. >>> france has made gay marriage legal in that country. it follows months of heated debate and street protests that have brought thousands of demonstrators to paris. this is the 14th country to approve same-sex marriage. france's president is expected to sign the bill into law. a french official says the first same-sex weddings could come in june. >>> affordable housing and homeless advocates are speaking out against the sequester cuts a
. >>> 8:38. it's cool outside. i like it. it's nice. but if you look at what rosemary is forecasting for the week, it gets downright hot? >> tuesday, wednesday. >> going to be toasty out there for some of the warmest areas. we will take a look at that. >> spring, summer. >> oh, yeah. >> spring. >> when we get into wednesday, well above average in many areas. we will take a look at those numbers in just a few moments. let's take a look at what is happening now because we remain locked in this sort of dreary pattern, giving you a look there, the oakland estuary. fog reported in santa rosa along parts of the coastline from the satellite and radar not picking up on a whole lot of rain. it moved through last night into the early hours, a few sprinkles reported over the north edge of the north bay but that's been about it. this is what we are seeing right now. i want to pull back just a little bit and show you that the system that continues to send us these waves each day right about here is going to slide into the great basin by tomorrow. we will b
. but it was raining when i drove in this morning. let's check in with rosemary orozco. >>> more rain is headed our way but we will get a break between now and thursday. the final bits of shower pulling out of the area and all i could find is clouds over the mountains as well as parts of the east bay hills. if you look it is tough to find a few bits of moisture. it is right here, does it look familiar? it will take the same path and bring us rain thursday between now and then, we have sunny skies for the afternoon, mild conditions. i believe fog will be a factor tomorrow morning with the moisture. let's look at the forecast here. clouds over the mountains, mentioned that. tomorrow morning, you can see it is widespread. low clouds, fog across the bay, inland, south bay, north bay. 9:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m. burning off and out of here. tuesday looks good into the afternoon. wednesday afternoon, these are the high clouds associated with the system. if the storm stays on its path we are now into thursday morning, during the morning rush, we have wet weather. that is t
is off, rosemary orozco filling in. >> we are done with the rain for now. i see more rain in the forecast in a few days. fog will be an issue. we have a lot of moisture that will linger so tomorrow morning low clouds and fog, you can actually be prepared for that tomorrow morning. right now a look at storm tracker 2. you see the final rounds of showers over and around the mountains, east of san jose. heading closer to i-5. backing it up, showing you this is the storm pushing off to the east. we are getting the final bits of wrap around moisture. into the evening, we will continue to dry out. a lot of lingering moisture. 45/100 in concord, inches here, 59/100 in areas around napa, santa rosa inch. oakland an inch. 11/100 in san jose. mountains 75/100. that is good news. we know we could use the rain as much as we can get. we have more coming. let me show you what happens here. for the afternoon and evening hours, partly cloudy skies at the coast, that is how we will be tomorrow morning. into the morning hours it will become more widespr
. >>> rosemary is back in a few minutes with more on the high winds and information on the change coming in the bay area weather. >>> plus a solemn ceremony this morning in the east bay. we'll tell you how a new bench is helping a family cope with a terrible loss. >>> roll call. >> one of the original mousaka tiers has died. annette rose to stardom in 1955 as a member of the mickey mouse club. she also appeared in a number of disney movies later in life when she developed multiple sclerosis and went public with her battle against the disease nearly 20 years ago. she died in bakersfield. she was 70 years old. >>> and flags at the british parliament are flying at half staff in honor of margaret thatcher. thatcher died peacefully today following a stroke. she had several in recent years. she was 87 years old. thatcher was britain's first female prime minister. she served in august 11 years which is longest than any prime minister. she was known as iron lady for her political toughness. >> as our first woman prime minister march great thatcher succeeded
weather too. >> good stuff. thank you rosemary. >>> on top of the world we will show you the view from the new world trade center observation deck. >>> also a teeth cleaning and a whole lot more. what may be lurking on that bib dentists use even after it's been sterilized. >>> we are getting the first glimpse tonight of the world trade center observatory. we want to give you now a look at the view from the deck. the port authority also released a video of what the 120,000 square foot deck will look like once it's complete. it will include dining and shopping options are cutting edge technology. >>> a study released today warns of contaminations in those clips used at dentist offices. a study was found and found that those clips still had bacteria. >> you don't know who was before you. and if you could be compromised for disease there's a chance you might get infected. >> reporter: one important note here, researchers say they have found no evidence that anyone has actually been infected as a result of those contaminated clips. >>> a controver
hit california. we'll tell you how popular it is coming up. >>> rosemary is back in a few minutes with more on the high winds and information on the change coming in the bay area weather. >>> plus a solemn ceremony this morning in the east bay. we'll tell you how a new bench is helping a family cope with a terrible loss. >>> roll call. >> one of the original mousaka tiers has died. annette rose to stardom in 1955 as a member of the mickey mouse club. she also appeared in a number of disney movies later in life when she developed multiple sclerosis and went public with her battle against the disease nearly 20 years ago. she died in bakersfield. she was 70 years old. >>> and flags at the british parliament are flying at half staff in honor of margaret thatcher. thatcher died peacefully today following a stroke. she had several in recent years. she was 87 years old. thatcher was britain's first female prime minister. she served in august 11 years which is longest than any prime minister. she was known as iron lady for her political toughness. >> as our first woman prime minister marc
think mint is. a lot of the herbs and the rosemary will keep different things away. there is a plant -- we hear it can keep mosquitoes away. >> got a be tough with the bugs. >> there are good bugs, too. not all bad guys. >> good point. and now you're maryland lottery numbers. >> i am saved -- sarah fleischer from 98 rock and it is time to play your pick three numbers. in a moment, your pick for game, but first, 40 chances to win up to $100,000 instantly, and a second chance contest. first drawing deadline is may 1. details at mdlottery.com. all set with your pick four numbers. the maryland lottery -- let yourself play. >> the rate is nice. can we say goodbye to it? >> like chance for a shower tomorrow and warmer for the weekend. >> thanks for joining us. >> watch tonight with donna and >> ♪ >> 2000 guest and it is largest wedding tent ever. i am shawn robinson in chicago with every lavish detail from michael jordan's wedding . who does the bride want to date? >> nope, that is not for justin, i am billy bush. we'll review the young man igniting the bieber insanity. >> no, it is not
handy was a good idea -- in alameda. rosemary orozco is live with how much rain we got. >> the radar right now calm but it took most of the day. the weekend storm now pushing off into utah. but even on the backside of this system it continued to send us those moisture bands. so we had showers going this morning and into the early afternoon. but now it is quieted down. the rainfall has stopped. giving you a look here at some of the totals. the two day totals 2-inches. but many picked up 1 inch to 1- 1/2. including the santa cruz mountains. so again the rain is now gone but plenty of moisture left behind. and i expect the story tomorrow morning will be the low clouds and fog so i will have more on that and your temperatures coming up in less than 10 minutes. >>> punishment or a paycheck? >> you're not supposed to be hanging out. >>> the unique local program getting former gang members off the street and into the work force. >> another appearance of holiday hatchlings. >> what we witnessed on the ride along and what riders caught in the act had to say about the month long education cam
. >>> rosemary orozco is updating >>> a search for two missing hikers lost in the santa ana mountains is now in its third night. helicopters and blood hounds were brought in today to search for 19-year-old nicholas sendila and kendel jack. on saturday jack called from her cell phone saying they had lost their way. there are growing concerns that the young hikers may have been hurt and are now hunkered down in rough terrain. >>> hundreds gathered in napa town to remember an iconic figure in the world of wine making. jim barrett helped raise the profile of california wines around the world. as ktvu's john sasaki reports he's also being remembered for how he made the wine making business about the people. >>> he created an organization with soul and with heart. >> reporter: 500 people came together at napa's heritage resort to say goodbye to a pioneer. >> jim's life tells a story. let's hope that our life does as well. >> reporter: his son died but not. >> the paris tasting was quite powerful. >> reporter: barrett served in the navy, had a successful law career and finally the winery. >> why w
professor rosemary henze. it concentrates on the topic of muslim women who chose to wear, or not to wear a veil, also known as the hijab. ">>>the documentary is based on four different muslim women, with very diffefrent beliefs of why they choose to wear or not to wear the hijab. the two guest during the viewing were arwa abushariefeh originally from jordan and mahsa modirhazadeh orignially from iran. both women answered questions from the audience regarding their culture. "i feel like i have to represent muslim women, and i have to take it all on me to represent them the best way i can." the documentary also concentrates on the stereotypes that many of the women had to deal with after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. abushariefeh said she was called a derrogatory name as she was walking home from school. she continues to wear the hijab despite being stereotyped and dealing with trying to fit into a western society. professor henze says this film was created to educate people on the culture of islamic women. so that we can approach and treat them equally as individuals. "if you take this one
on social media sites. >> next, rosemary gibson presents her thoughts on the future of medicare and argues that the health care industry, more so than the public, is dependent on the $600 billion of annual medicare spending. this program is a little under an hour. >> for today is medicare and where we're headed and what it means for you and your patients. today in washington, d.c. the obama administration is preparing to release its federal budget proposal tomorrow that will have changes proposed for the medicare program. you might think, well, i'm not over 65, although some in the room may be over
. >>> good morning to you, rosemary. >> good morning. another day, another slight chance at rain. we are waking up mostly cloudy this morning, a little bit of drizzle and a sprinkle or two a possibility this morning. i think for the afternoon we are going to be mostly cloudy, we are going to be mostly dry. i do see another opportunity at maybe a few scattered showers, later tonight while we are settled into our homes. temperatures are going to soar as we get into tuesday and wednesday. i'll show you these numbers. i'll have your numbers for today and what the futurecast model lay show when we may get a little bit of rain coming up. >>> we begin this morning with breaking news from san francisco. police on the scene of an officer-involved shooting. lorraine blanco arrived at the scene and tells us two people were shot. >> reporter: that's correct, those two people transported to san francisco general hospital critical condition with life threatening injuries. it turns out the suspect who was carrying the firearm was actually carrying a replica firea
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